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Taste and see that the Lord is good


Christopher Samsom

Lent II

A second sermon in a series of walking with Jesus towards the cross. The passage is taken from Mark 14. Preached in the North Peace February 28, 2021.

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Lent I 2021

The first in a series of sermons preached during Lent of 2021 in the parish of the North Peace on Mark chapters 14 and 15. This first week explores Mark 14:1-26.

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Altars in Someone Else’s Backyard

A sermon exploring Genesis 12:1-9 preached over zoom during a period of government enforced church lockdowns in BC.

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What Clay Hopes For – Christmas 2020

Preached over Zoom from Fort St John British Columbia because public worship had been suspended by the secular authorities Dec. 24, 2020.

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Receiving and Sharing the Word

We hear this advice given from an experienced leader in the church to a young man he is handing responsibility off to. We hear how Scripture and Preaching help us and prepare us for the works God would have us do. Preached in the North Peace over Zoom, December 6 2020.

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Demands and Deliverance

A story of how the insecurity and selfishness of power claims the attention we owe God, a story of how he faithfully and powerfully delivers his people. Preached at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Taylor September 13, 2020.

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Living Sacrifices

An exploration of Paul’s instruction to the Christians in Rome about how to respond to Jesus’s sacrifice for them. This sermon was preached at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Taylor BC on a day the Anglicans of Fort St John considered buying a new building-August 23, 2020.

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You are not Jacob

A story of conflict, struggle, deep need, and transformative blessing. Preached at the Church of Good Shepherd, Taylor August 2, 2020.

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Mary Magdalene – Feast

A story of a woman of lavish love, many tears, abandon in worship and a world-changing experience. This sermon was preached at a mid-week service in the backyard of the rectory in Fort St John on June 22, 2020, though I feel this will be one of those sermons I am rewriting and rewriting my whole life through.

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